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outspoken

  
   adj  
[criticism]  
franco, abierto  
[opponent, critic]  
declarado  
to be outspoken      ser muy franco, no tener pelos en la lengua *     
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
no tener pelos en la lengua
exp.
ser muy franco
exp.
no tiene miedo a la hora de expresar su opinión
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'outspoken' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
to be outspoken
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to be very outspoken
(MODISMOS)
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"outspoken": examples and translations in context
Since 2000, he has focused on addressing drug-resistant TB, becoming an outspoken and widely sought-after expert on this subject. Desde el año 2000, se ha centrado en hacer frente a la tuberculosis resistente a los medicamentos, convirtiéndose en un experto abierto y muy solicitado en este tema.
Palacio has also been an outspoken critic of President Rafael Correa. Palacio también ha sido un crítico abierto del presidente Rafael Correa.
At least he is straight and outspoken. Eso por lo menos es claro y franco.
We believe it is an outspoken and focused report. Consideramos que es un informe franco y conciso.
The fact that Luke Sullivan is an outspoken, El hecho de que Lucas Sullivan es un abierto,
You're a very outspoken man, Milord Bothwell. Sois un hombre muy franco, Lord Bothwell.
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